Eckstein Hall Hours; Use Your MUID to Access the Third and Fourth Floors
Between now and May 9, Eckstein Hall is open from 7:00 a.m. until 12 a.m. (midnight) seven days per week.
With final exams approaching, the number of Marquette students entering and using the building will increase. In anticipation of this increase and in preparation for the summer break, floors 3 and 4 will be accessible only to the Law School Community from April 15 through August 18. Law students, faculty, and staff will need to use their MUID to gain access to these floors.
As a reminder, the building is open to the public; please do not leave your personal items unattended, even for a moment.Contact: Jenny Chick
National Library Week Favorite Book Contest: The Results
Thank you to all who participated in the National Library Week game matching favorite books to law school faculty and law library staff. Winners will be notified by email. Curious about the correct responses? You can learn your favorite professor’s favorite book by visiting the Circulation Desk the week of the 15th to view the list of correct responses.
The librarians and staff of the Eckstein Law Library wish you the best as the semester comes to a close. Please contact the Reference or Circulation Desks if you have last minute questions about a resource for a seminar paper, about study aids available to supplement your other work, or other law library resources and services.Contact: Jim Mumm
Easter Break Building Hours
Eckstein Hall will have adjusted hours during the Easter Break, April 18-22.
- Thursday, April 18 – 7 a.m. until midnight
- Friday, April 19 – Building closed in observance of Good Friday
- Saturday, April 20 – 10 a.m.until 4 p.m.
- Sunday, April 21 – Building closed in observance of Easter Sunday
- Monday, April 22 – 7 a.m. until midnight
Resources for Food Insecurity
It is important to us that all Marquette students have, at a minimum, the basic resources that allow them to focus on their education. There are many resources on and off campus to support students who may not have enough to eat at one time or another.
If you or a someone you know is in this position, we encourage you to check out the Backpack Program, which provides groceries to Marquette students on a one-time or weekly basis. For more information about the the Backpack Program and other available resources to students, please click here.Sarah DiStefano
Law Reunion Workers Needed
Members of the 1L and 2L class: We need you! Interested in networking with Marquette lawyers from not only the Milwaukee-area, but around the country? Interested in making $10.50 per hour?
We are looking for a team of students to help with Law Reunion Weekend, Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1 (evening hours).
Sign-up today by completing the online form.
Questions?Contact: Carol Dufek
Pro Bono Student of the Month: Natalie Sobierajski
Thank you, Natalie Sobierajski, for your steady and quality pro bono work with the domestic violence project. Your leadership of the project has allowed it to continue to flourish. You are worthy of recognition as the April 2019 Marquette Pro Bono Law Student of the Month. Congratulations!Contact: Angela Schultz
Law School Graduation Volunteers Needed
Volunteers are needed to assist with the 2019 Law School Hooding Ceremony, which will be held on Saturday, May 18, at the Miller High Life Theater (500 W. Kilbourn Ave.).
In past years, second and first year students have assisted with the hooding ceremony as ushers, greeters, program distributors, and assistants to the graduates and staff. Students that have helped in the past have enjoyed the experience of being able to see their classmates’ graduate and to be a part of their special day. Not to mention, you will get to see in advance what the hooding ceremony is all about!
The time commitment for the entire event (including set-up, greeting, ushering, and the event itself) is 3:00 p.m. to approximately 8:30 p.m.
If you are interested in being a part of your classmate’s graduation on May 18, please let Carol Dufek know as soon as possible.